The base price of the updated 2022 GMC Terrain will be nearly $3,900 more expensive than the price of the outgoing 2021 model.
According to CarsDirect, the 2022 GMC Terrain will start at $29,095 including a $1,195 destination charge – which is $2,900 more expensive than the cheapest available 2021 Terrain. As GM Authority reported previously, though, the base SL trim level has been dropped from the Terrain lineup for 2022, leaving the SLE as the new base trim. The price of the 2022 Terrain SLE has actually gone down by $600 when compared to the 2021 Terrain SLE.
The 2022 GMC Terrain SLT, which is the next trim up from the SLE, is priced from $33,095, which is $700 less than the 2021 model year Terrain SLT. The range-topping Terrain Denali, meanwhile, has received a $900 price cut year-over-year and is now priced from $37,795. As of this writing, the 2022 GMC Terrain Denali AWD is the only Denali model listed in the order guide, with the front-wheel-drive model seemingly absent. The new Terrain AT4 model, which is denoted by its off-road tires, standard AWD, underbody skidplate and AT4 badging, is priced from $35,195 with destination.
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The GMC Terrain received a mid-cycle enhancement (MCE)for the 2022 model year that includes revised exterior styling at the front and rear, minor interior updates and the addition of an engine auto stop-start defeat switch and Head Up Display (HUD). As was the case with the 2021 Terrain, the only engine offered will be the turbocharged 1.5L I4 LYX gasoline unit, which produces 170 horsepower and 203 pound-feet of torque and is paired with the GM nine-speed automatic transmission.